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  • Big O
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    "Grasshopper" asks can I get them in 165gr.,180gr. .308's.
    I as usual bow to your wealth of knowledge "Master"
    (LOL). Thanks for the heads up Del, I 'm off to the store now to try to find some.

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  • In theory a fellow that wants his rifle to shoot fast and flat without using overloads should be able to do so by switching to B

    In theory a fellow that wants his rifle to shoot fast and flat without using overloads should be able to do so by switching to Barnes Triple X bullets. You can go to the next weight down because they penetrate exceptionally well (like a heavier bullet). You can then safely use more powder and get higher velocity. The high BC will retain that velocity well resulting in a "beanfield" worthy trajectory. This is why I shoot Barnes 100 grainers in my 25-06. Happy, Big O, Jim, reloading guru, and friends what say you?

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